Professor Stephen Heppell is amazing to listen to, and even better to talk with: his passion for learning and improving the learning environments is both an inspiring and humbling experience. You can’t help but be sucked into his world, to follow his often random thought process in the most roundabout yet logical way. Why do we make it so difficult to make the kind of changes that are often just so simple? His viewpoint always has the students central to the plan, to the scheme, to the future.
This video was posted this morning to the EdTalks website, and is another example of his genius, enjoy.
From the EdTalks website:
“Stephen Heppell is at the heart of a global revolution in learning space design. In this ULearn11 EDtalk Stephen explains why he believes that the ‘structures and strictures of education will be swept aside by the engagement, seduction, delight, passion and astonishment of a new learning world’. Stephen shares his conviction that if we want to know what education will look like in the future, we only need to look at what is happening in the online world now.”
If this video interests you, then check out some of my other posts on Learning Spaces and videos from Professor Stephen Heppell below. If you’re interested in finding out more then why not follow Stephen onTwitter: @stephenheppell